Here's an interesting recent exam question that someone sent me: Throughout history, people have dreamed of living in a perfect society. However, there is still no agreement about what a perfect society would be like.
IELTS Writing Task 2 Answer: Lesson 1 Environment. Here is our model answer to last week's question. ... Notify me of follow-up comments via email. IELTS Writing Task 1: Cambridge IELTS 6 'water use' graph and table.
Last week I asked you to share your "discuss both views" questions. I've chosen a question shared by JK: Nowadays animal experiments are widely used to develop new medicines and to test the safety of other products.
A suggestion on how to use the Flesch Kincaid Grade Level to assess your IELTS essays for readability, sentence length and word choice The post Assess your own essays – Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level appeared first on Dominic Cole's IELTS and Beyond.
A few people have asked us about how to improve their vocabulary, writing and other skills for the IELTS exam. So, I’ve decided to share some advice I give all my IELTS students. I hope it helps you as much as it does them.
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Here some of the most controversial topics for 2014. If you need an idea or inspiration for an essay, have a look at our infographic and (please) share it with your fellow students or colleagues! Thank you.
Here at Oxbridge-English.com, we believe the best way to score highly at the speaking and writing tasks of IELTS is to develop a bank of answers for commonly asked questions. Some of these topics come up more often in ...
IELTS Essay Questions and Sample Answers. Here is a selection of IELTS sample essays for both Academic and General IELTS writing tests. [-]Cambridge IELTS 9 Test 1. Writing Task 2 You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
To get a high score in IELTS Writing Task 2 you to need to write well, we all know that; however, this does not mean attempting to be a modern day James Joyce. Many students try too hard throwing complicated language into ...